Reliable and Fast Eye Finding in Close-up Images

@inproceedings{Camus2002ReliableAF,
  title={Reliable and Fast Eye Finding in Close-up Images},
  author={Theodore A. Camus and Richard P. Wildes},
  booktitle={ICPR},
  year={2002}
}
This paper describes a method for quickly and robustly localizing the iris and pupil boundaries of a human eye in close-up images. Such an algorithm can be critical for iris identification, or for applications that must determine the subject’s gaze direction, e.g., human-computer interaction or driver attentiveness determination. A multi-resolution coarse-to-fine search approach is used, seeking to maximize gradient strengths and uniformities measured across rays radiating from a candidate iris… CONTINUE READING
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